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Journalism/Works

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Journalism/Works

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“Journalism/Works” is an ongoing program of the Newseum Institute that focuses on journalism that matters — news reports in print, broadcast and online that produce change, provide insight and that fulfill the “watchdog on government” mission envisioned for a free press in the First Amendment.

Latest Episodes

The Press and the White House

A conversation with First Amendment expert Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, on challenges facing White House press pool photographers and the general state of relations between the Trump White House and the news media. Osterreicher’s comments follow his testimony earlier in the day before a U.S. House subcommittee on these topics.

25 MIN2017 FEB 15
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The Press and the White House

Freedom of Speech: The World View

A conversation with Danish author and journalist Flemming Rose, who says the increasing practice of self-censorship due to terrorism threats is a grave danger to free speech and free press around the globe. In 2005, Rose was editor of Jyllands-Posten newspaper when it published cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, which sparked a worldwide controversy still debated today.

21 MIN2016 DEC 3
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Freedom of Speech: The World View

The Law, the Media and Tax Returns

A conversation with First Amendment expert and author Ronald K.L. Collins, who joins host Gene Policinski to talk about the legal issues raised by The New York Times’s publication of several pages of Donald Trump’s tax returns. Collins will explain why some experts think a threatened lawsuit by Trump against the newspaper is unlikely to gain traction.

28 MIN2016 OCT 14
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The Law, the Media and Tax Returns

Asking Big Questions

A conversation about how to have better conversations. Host Gene Policinski talks with Josh Feigelson, the founder of the organization Ask Big Questions, which trains college students, faculty and staff on how to engage young adults in thoughtful, civil discussions about complex societal issues. During this political season, the group is offering training centered around eight political questions — not who will win or lose the election, but thought-provoking inquires such as, “What goes into your decision about how you will vote?” and “When was the last time you felt really good about voting?”

22 MIN2016 SEP 12
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Asking Big Questions

Protecting journalists – taking it to the United Nations

A conversation about a new effort by Reporters Without Borders (Reporters Sans Frontières) and a coalition of journalism groups and news organizations to ask the United Nations for a Special Representative on journalists’ safety. Host Gene Policinski chats with RSF’s Delphine Halgand and Margaux Ewen about the U.N. initiative, protecting journalists, and the United States’ world rating of 41 (out of 180 nations) on the World Press Freedom Index.

24 MIN2016 SEP 6
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Protecting journalists – taking it to the United Nations

Election 2016: Sparking a ‘Murrow Moment’?

A conversation about objective journalism and press-candidate confrontations in this year’s presidential election, with Prof. David Mindich, of St. Michael’s College in Vermont, the author of a recent Columbia Journalism Review article, “For journalists covering Trump, a Murrow moment.”

20 MIN2016 JUL 28
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Election 2016: Sparking a ‘Murrow Moment’?

The news – that isn’t news – from Cleveland and the RNC

Halfway through the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, there have been plenty of protests, inside and outside Quicken Loans Arena. But according to a lawyer who provided First Amendment training in advance to both police and press, concerns about violent confrontations and mass arrests have remained unfulfilled — so far.

14 MIN2016 JUL 21
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The news – that isn’t news – from Cleveland and the RNC

Setting Out the Rules about Gathering the News – From Overhead

A discussion with Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, on matters of newsgathering, privacy, and an update on how the FAA and news operations are working together to map out the new rules for the use of drones in aerial newsgathering.

22 MIN2016 MAR 18
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Setting Out the Rules about Gathering the News – From Overhead

#FREEJASON – Iran continues to imprison Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian

Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been held in an Iranian prison for more than 500 days on sham charges. Jason’s older brother, Ali Rezaian, speaks with the Newseum Institute’s Gene Policinski about international standards of human rights, global efforts to free Jason and the frustration of dealing with what seems – even under Iranian law – a violation of due process.

15 MIN2015 DEC 5
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#FREEJASON – Iran continues to imprison Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian

Reporting at risk of their lives – every day

Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently (RBSS) is a Syrian citizen journalist group, one of the few independent news sources reporting from inside the Islamic State (ISIS). Newseum Institute COO Gene Policinski spoke with Abdalaziz Alhamza, one of 18 co-founders of the group, and with Courtney Radisch and Sherif Mansour of the Committee to Protect Journalists, about the group’s work. CPJ will present RBSS with its International Press Freedom Award Nov. 24 in New York. Alhamza and colleagues live under constant threat of death from ISIS. This interview was conducted Nov. 20 in the Newseum’s Knight Studio, just days after the ISIS attacks in Paris, without an audience for security reasons. Though other members of RBSS were present, only Alhamza was available to speak publicly about his group’s work, out of concern for their personal safety.

36 MIN2015 NOV 25
Comments
Reporting at risk of their lives – every day

Latest Episodes

The Press and the White House

A conversation with First Amendment expert Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, on challenges facing White House press pool photographers and the general state of relations between the Trump White House and the news media. Osterreicher’s comments follow his testimony earlier in the day before a U.S. House subcommittee on these topics.

25 MIN2017 FEB 15
Comments
The Press and the White House

Freedom of Speech: The World View

A conversation with Danish author and journalist Flemming Rose, who says the increasing practice of self-censorship due to terrorism threats is a grave danger to free speech and free press around the globe. In 2005, Rose was editor of Jyllands-Posten newspaper when it published cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, which sparked a worldwide controversy still debated today.

21 MIN2016 DEC 3
Comments
Freedom of Speech: The World View

The Law, the Media and Tax Returns

A conversation with First Amendment expert and author Ronald K.L. Collins, who joins host Gene Policinski to talk about the legal issues raised by The New York Times’s publication of several pages of Donald Trump’s tax returns. Collins will explain why some experts think a threatened lawsuit by Trump against the newspaper is unlikely to gain traction.

28 MIN2016 OCT 14
Comments
The Law, the Media and Tax Returns

Asking Big Questions

A conversation about how to have better conversations. Host Gene Policinski talks with Josh Feigelson, the founder of the organization Ask Big Questions, which trains college students, faculty and staff on how to engage young adults in thoughtful, civil discussions about complex societal issues. During this political season, the group is offering training centered around eight political questions — not who will win or lose the election, but thought-provoking inquires such as, “What goes into your decision about how you will vote?” and “When was the last time you felt really good about voting?”

22 MIN2016 SEP 12
Comments
Asking Big Questions

Protecting journalists – taking it to the United Nations

A conversation about a new effort by Reporters Without Borders (Reporters Sans Frontières) and a coalition of journalism groups and news organizations to ask the United Nations for a Special Representative on journalists’ safety. Host Gene Policinski chats with RSF’s Delphine Halgand and Margaux Ewen about the U.N. initiative, protecting journalists, and the United States’ world rating of 41 (out of 180 nations) on the World Press Freedom Index.

24 MIN2016 SEP 6
Comments
Protecting journalists – taking it to the United Nations

Election 2016: Sparking a ‘Murrow Moment’?

A conversation about objective journalism and press-candidate confrontations in this year’s presidential election, with Prof. David Mindich, of St. Michael’s College in Vermont, the author of a recent Columbia Journalism Review article, “For journalists covering Trump, a Murrow moment.”

20 MIN2016 JUL 28
Comments
Election 2016: Sparking a ‘Murrow Moment’?

The news – that isn’t news – from Cleveland and the RNC

Halfway through the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, there have been plenty of protests, inside and outside Quicken Loans Arena. But according to a lawyer who provided First Amendment training in advance to both police and press, concerns about violent confrontations and mass arrests have remained unfulfilled — so far.

14 MIN2016 JUL 21
Comments
The news – that isn’t news – from Cleveland and the RNC

Setting Out the Rules about Gathering the News – From Overhead

A discussion with Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, on matters of newsgathering, privacy, and an update on how the FAA and news operations are working together to map out the new rules for the use of drones in aerial newsgathering.

22 MIN2016 MAR 18
Comments
Setting Out the Rules about Gathering the News – From Overhead

#FREEJASON – Iran continues to imprison Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian

Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been held in an Iranian prison for more than 500 days on sham charges. Jason’s older brother, Ali Rezaian, speaks with the Newseum Institute’s Gene Policinski about international standards of human rights, global efforts to free Jason and the frustration of dealing with what seems – even under Iranian law – a violation of due process.

15 MIN2015 DEC 5
Comments
#FREEJASON – Iran continues to imprison Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian

Reporting at risk of their lives – every day

Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently (RBSS) is a Syrian citizen journalist group, one of the few independent news sources reporting from inside the Islamic State (ISIS). Newseum Institute COO Gene Policinski spoke with Abdalaziz Alhamza, one of 18 co-founders of the group, and with Courtney Radisch and Sherif Mansour of the Committee to Protect Journalists, about the group’s work. CPJ will present RBSS with its International Press Freedom Award Nov. 24 in New York. Alhamza and colleagues live under constant threat of death from ISIS. This interview was conducted Nov. 20 in the Newseum’s Knight Studio, just days after the ISIS attacks in Paris, without an audience for security reasons. Though other members of RBSS were present, only Alhamza was available to speak publicly about his group’s work, out of concern for their personal safety.

36 MIN2015 NOV 25
Comments
Reporting at risk of their lives – every day
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